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oops, hehe outpour yes, uhh, why not try lakerdonalds suggestion? make your router your DNS. There should be DNS settings in your network tab....
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    oops, hehe outpour yes, uhh, why not try lakerdonalds suggestion? make your router your DNS. There should be DNS settings in your network tab.
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    Hey I got it fixed, I had my ISP give me the DNS servers, and then I had to tweak the router a bit like you suggested. Thanks hijack away

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    hehe. stupid ISP.
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